Bill Einreinhofer


Chair, Broadcast Journalism department, New York Film Academy. Producer/Director/Writer; broadcast, cable and digital media production. Created Emmy Award winning nonfiction television programming: from traditional documentaries and news reports, to narrative driven "real-life" stories and magazine shows segments. Produced and developed programming for PBS (PBS NewsHour); CBS (60 Minutes); ABC (Good Morning America); Discovery (Spacewalkers: The Ultimate High-Wire Act,Cathedrals of the Sky; and HBO (Diary of a Red Planet). Executive Producer, Every Day Is A Holiday; nationally distributed documentary special seen on 200+ PBS television stations as well as digital media. Series Producer, Beyond Beijing; four-part documentary series, broadcast in 43 countries and seen by 250+ million viewers, tied to 2008 Summer Olympics. Host/Presenter, international version of Masters of the Century, CCTV cultural history documentary series. Producer/Director, Shanghai: 1937 (feature-length documentary, in-production).


Multiple Emmy Award Winner. Series Producer: Destination: China (Documentary mini-series, international syndication, in development); Executive Producer: Every Day is a Holiday (Documentary, PBS); Series Producer: Beyond Beijing (Documentary mini-series, seen in 43 countries); Executive Producer: People in Motion (Documentary mini-series, PBS); The Stuff of Dreams (Documentary mini-series, PBS); Innovation (science, health and technology series, PBS); To Get Rich is Glorious (Documentary, PBS); Director: selected mini-series segments and episodes.  Extensive International co-production experience with an emphasis on China and Japan. Chair, Broadcast Journalism department, New York Film Academy.

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